Mark is in the fourth iteration of his career. Working in the “Green Industry” has been a refreshing change from his previous endeavors—nearly thirty years in the finance world and a few years in sales. The introduction to the environmental experience began with a short entrepreneurial stint in a startup venture using municipal solid waste to create electricity before he found the Biogas bug. Since joining Team Biogas, Mark has enjoyed the challenges presented to his team for solving gas monitoring requirements in the RNG/Biogas world.
Thomas M. Hintz is a graduate of Indiana University with a degree in Economics. He is currently the Managing Partner at SeaHold® LLC. Tom is a member and adviser to multiple technology and energy industry organizations; doinghis part to implement the innovations needed for truly sustainable living.Tom is a sought-after speaker and event moderator in renewable energy. Toms’ expertise andwisdom have enabled him to secure millions in funding for projects and even more millions in renewable energy sales. He is looked upon as a skillful professional able to implement projects within short periods oftime and a source of new technology. Tom is a preferred educator of biogas energy who alsoserves as an expert witness in court for environmental issues.
Alec Miller comes to Team Biogas® with a diverse background in logistics and sales. Alec spent several years training with our strategic partners for laboratory processes and wastewater treatment. Alec is our lead sales coordinator. In his spare time, Alec is a stand-up comedian with a dedicated following in Southern California.
Zachary diversely trained scientist and engineer with over eighteen years of experience in environmental research. He has created and overseen diverse chemical and hydrological analysis studies for air, soils, and water (i.e.ground, surface, wastewater, and industrial). He has overseen remediation efforts for contaminated soils and aquifers, designed water, wastewater, and wastewater nutrient recovery systems, prepared grant proposals, and done project management and research to commercialize sludge pretreatment and primary filtration technologies. During his doctoral studies, he used molecular tools to identify and quantify bacteria and used respirometry to study the kinetic behavior of these bacteria in anaerobic wastewater treatment systems. Zach also holds several patents in organics research for measuring biogas flow, nutrient recovery, and wastewater treatment products.